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J-TULL DOT COM

Jethro Tull

 

Prog Folk

3.03 | 299 ratings

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unarmedman
3 stars A very difficult album to review! Althouth this is a far cry from their best material it still has a lot of punch. Martin Barre's guitar is still one the heaviest that exists on planet earth and the instrumental prowess of all the musicians envolved is (as usual for this band) fenomenal. The band does sound a bit generic on this record, still they sound and play better than any other band attempting to do the same sound which is a simple hard rock attack with some folk arrangements thrown in for good mesure. The themes of the lyrics where very modern at the time. I never thought I'd hear Ian Anderson sing about the internet!! In sum this is album is generic at Its worst and a guilty pleasure at is best! worth checking out simply for que quality and joyfullness of the music
unarmedman | 3/5 |

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